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THE DAILY TRIBUNE
JOHNSTOWN, PA
1918

5 Jan 1918
Submitted by Sue Smith.

McVAY'S DANCING CLASSES

Dance tonight in new Moose Temple. Charles Hamp will entertain tonight with his saxophone and songs.

SMALLPOX AT PITTSBURG.

Harrisburg, Jan. 5. -- State health authorities were notified today that a man who was employed at the Westinghouse plant in Pittsburg is suffering from smallpox. The department will send a representative to Pittsburg to make plans to check a spread of the disease.

ON ITALIAN FRONT.

Rome, Jan. 5. -- Artillerying and aircraft activity was all the Italian official statement had to report today.

MISS JANE CONRATH OF
CUBA, N.Y., IN CITY

Miss Jane Conrath, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Conrath, of N.Y., is in the city as the guest of Mrs. J. J. Miller, of 635 Part avenue, on her way to Oberlin College. Miss Conrath formerly resided in the city and attended the Johnstown High School for two years. This is her second year at Oberlin College.

 

24 Sep 1918
p13; c2
Submitted by Lynne Canterbury

PERSONAL ITEMS.

Reuben Heist and R. P. Short, both of Patton, have gone to Hog Island, Philadelphia, to work in the shipyard.

Wellwood Winslow and David Nelson, of Uncle Sam's Navy, and James Barnwell, of the Army, spent Sunday with relatives in Patton.

LEAVE CARROLLTOWN TO MAKE DENVER HOME

Special to The Tribune.

CARROLLTOWN, Sept. 24. -- Misses Angie and Mildred Eckenrode left here Sunday afternoon for Denver, Col., where they will reside in the future. The girls were the only members of the large family of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eckenrode, both deceased, left in the parental home. [article cut off]

 


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